Dr. Colgrove Now Offers Hair Transplant Exosome Therapy For Hair Loss/Baldness

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Dr. Colgrove Now Offers Hair Transplant Exosome Therapy For Hair Loss/BaldnessA exosome therapy hair transplant and a traditional hair transplant are similar. However, instead of removing a significant number of hairs to transplant to the site of the hair loss, a exosome therapy hair transplant eliminates a small skin sample from which hair follicles are invested. 

After this, the follicles are replicated in a laboratory and implanted back into the regions of hair loss. This enables hair to grow where the follicles were harvested from, as well as where they are transplanted. 

Vinings Surgery Center, led by board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Colgrove, provides safe and proven aesthetic procedures to patients in Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia, and surrounding locations.

What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are vesicles, or cellular components, that exist outside of a cell. They are generally understood as having been released from cells upon fusion with an intermediate endocytic compartment, or a multivesicular body (MVB).

When the MVB fuses with the plasma membrane surrounding the cell, intraluminal vesicles are released into the extracellular matrix and become exosomes. Other types of vesicles found outside of cells include apoptotic bodies and ectosomes. These are distinct types of vesicles from the exosome.

Exosome Therapy For Hair Loss

When injected, exosome trigger healing, cell stimulation, and natural regeneration of hair follicles. Treatment with exosomes is a groundbreaking, cutting-edge therapy for hair loss, and one of the most exciting developments in regenerative medicine. Exosomes are ideal for men and women with thinning hair, excessive shedding, or who have the early signs of hair loss. Exosomes are regenerative cells that heal, repair, stimulate, and restore cells and tissues.

Research studies show that exosome therapy can effectively treat various hair loss conditions, such as:

  • Male androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness)
  • Androgenetic alopecia (female pattern baldness)
  • Cicatricial alopecia (hair follicles are destructed and replaced with scar tissue)


For more information about treatments and procedures by Board Certified Atlanta Plastic Surgeon, Robert A. Colgrove, Jr., M.D. at Vinings Surgery Center please visit us at

Vinings Surgery Center is taking patients from Greater Atlanta Georgia, Buckhead, Marietta, Roswell, Dunwoody and surrounding areas.

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